UC Berkeley associate professor of rhetoric and of gender and women's studies, and director of the Science, Technology and Society Center. Thompson is the author of "Making Parents: The Ontological Choreography of Reproductive Technologies" (MIT Press, 2005) Her areas of interest include reproductive and genetic technologies and feminist theory.
UC Berkeley anthropology professor and co-director of Thrust IV (ethics and ontology) at SynBerc, UC Berkeley's new synthetic biology center. He is also co-author of "A Machine to Make a Future: Biotech Chronicles."
UC Berkeley assistant professor of bioethics and society in the College of Natural Resources and associate director of the Science, Technology and Society Center. His research centers on the interaction of science and politics in the governance of health and the environment, with a particular focus on biotechnology and the law.
UC Berkeley assistant professor of bioengineering who received funding from the non-profit, Maryland-based Stem Cell Research Foundation and hopes to open her lab for periodic public tours. She uses stem cell science to combat degenerative diseases that come with aging.